Saturn’s ice-covered moon Enceladus appears to host a global subsurface ocean—rather than a regional underground sea—that fuels geyserlike eruptions from its south pole, according to an analysis of imagery from NASA’s Cassini spacecraft. The findings, reported in the journal Icarus, are based on a careful analysis of imagery gathered over seven years by Cassini, the cornerstone of a joint, longer-running NASA, European and Italian space agency mission to the Saturn ...


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